Coincided with last years March Madness, and almost as entertaining.
Ah, yes ... the wonders of the competitive free market that America is so famous for.
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Last edited by Tectonic; March 16th, 2012 at 02:00 AM.
If only Ratner would wrap his cruddy looking mall across the street in something half as interesting as this ...
This is a surprisingly interesting design.
Yes, I like this one a lot: those folks over at shoP never do anything that looks bland, boring, mediocre, building-standard, ect........ The patina on that facade is something that needs to be 'seen' to be fully appreciated: even all this 'professional level' photography we have here on this thread does not quite capture the subtle color/textures of those 'weathered' panels. Beautiful!
It seems the design has received lots of criticism, but I actually like it... the facade is something new and refreshing (surprisingly, given it's basically a shade of brown) for a stadium. Looking forward to seeing the residential towers begin to rise around this as phase II of the development commences...
The mock-up of the facade panels (back in this thread) had a plastic look, no texture.
I agree. The rusted metal is very bad-ass, and certainly not something I have seen before. These arenas tend to be very cookie-cutter, so glad to see this one is not.
Who knew the place would come ready with an ice surface?